Jonathan is a partner in the Madison office of Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP, and is a member of the Intellectual Property, Life Sciences and Venture Best teams. He counsels clients in all areas of intellectual property law with a particular expertise of patent prosecution at the intersection of life sciences and information technology. Jonathan continues to maintain a significant knowledge base regarding advancing technologies, having recently completed a Master's degree in Bioinformatics. He has:
Drafted patent applications for DNA melting curve analysis software, biotech and medical device software, impedance spectroscopy processes, pharmaceutical delivery systems, varied electrical devices and processes, bioinformatics systems and software, computer hardware, RFID systems, biofuel analysis, biotechnology, virtual reality systems, medical informatics, medical devices, vehicle detection software, computer memory devices, chemical coatings, food processing machinery, and complex valve assemblies.
Counseled clients in protecting patentable subject matter in biotechnology, including genomics, proteomics, and computer software.
Provided preliminary right to practice, patentability, invalidity, and noninfringement opinions and analysis to clients from Fortune 500 companies to independent inventors.
Counseled clients in protecting trademarks and copyrights.
Provided technical and strategic support for patent litigation relating to computer software, biotechnology, and PCR related technologies.